This three-phase phase project on the MorseLife continuing care campus included the new Mack Pavilion, renovation and mechanical upgrades to the Resnick Pavilion and renovation to the Edwards Pavilion.
The Mack Pavilion is a new 99,500 SF, three-story short-term rehabilitation building that has 120 private rooms with two households per floor. The facility has many amenities to service the patients, including:
- Rehabilitation gym
- Gift shop/store
- Theater space
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The project also included a renovation to the Resnick Pavilion, which is a four-story, long-term care building for 160 residents. There was a complete window renovation to meet the current codes and existing mechanical systems were upgraded to service the facility.
The Edwards Pavilion is a three-story, 42,000 SF skilled nursing facility with 52 studio apartments where residents can receive on-site medical services. This portion of the project included a courtyard garden, entry feature, new finishes and utility services upgrades.
Two floors were upgraded and transformed from long-term care into assisting living, and one floor was converted into skilled nursing space.
Whiting-Turner recently completed a 4,850 SF expansion to the existing main entry to the Joseph L. Morse Geriatric Center for the new PACE (Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) program. The new space includes three adult daycare areas, office and medical space, a meeting room and a quiet room.